SEO News

Open Dns

  1. SOPA Explained: Why It’s Bad for the Web & How to #StopSOPA

    One of the changes in the amendment, for example, cut out the proposed ability to cut off a website at the DNS level after a notice of infringement, a clause that detractors said offered no due process for those wrongly accused.

  2. Most Blocked, Trusted Websites of 2010: Facebook, YouTube, Google

    Open DNS provides DNS services for consumers, schools, and businesses. The company says it resolves 30 billion DNS queries per day, services 15 million requesting IP addresses per day, and handles DNS for 1 percent of all Internet users worldwide.

  3. Who Runs the .GOV and .EDU Domains?

    There are seven original top-level domains in the Internet Domain Name System (DNS). These include the familiar .com, .net, and .org TLDs that are open to anyone, .mil (reserved for the U.S. Unlike most other top-level domains, .gov and .edu are...

  4. Google: Can The Marcia Brady Of Search Stay Sweet?

    DNS as a Search Engine: A Quantitative Evaluation Ben Edelman, July 2002 So how well does Google do when pitted against DNS? The first step for a new site is to get listed in the Open...